Breads 2011-06 newsletter

June 9, 2011 at 8:08 am Leave a comment

The Cost of Hunger
and Poverty

When millions of children don’t have enough
nutritious food to concentrate in school, the country’s future becomes bleaker.
Read why cuts
to vital programs that help hungry and poor people will not make a
difference
in reducing the federal deficit.
Finding New Ways
to be God’s Voice and Agent

Suzii Paynter of the Christian Life
Commission of the Baptist General Convention of Texas reflects on learning new ways
to speak out for God’s people in need
.
Budget Cuts: Who
Loses?

An update on budget
decisions
, who will suffer as a result, and who remains
vulnerable.
Two Decades of
Advocacy to End Hunger

How longtime Bread activist
Peter England
got involved and stays motivated.
Offerings Engage
Young Activists, New Church Members

Two California Lutheran
churches draw in new Bread activists with Offerings of
Letters
.
Background Paper:
Better Foreign Assistance, Fewer Hungry People

How is the
United States moving toward policies that will bring more rapid progress
against hunger
and poverty? How will these changes help hungry people?
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Entry filed under: Newsletters.

Oregon Faith Roundtable Against Hunger Meeting 6/8/11 9:30-11am Phone Congress and Prevent More Hunger

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